Brihad Jabala Upanishad

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बृहज्जाबालोपनिषत्
Brihad Jabala Upanishad

Brihad Jabala Upanishad is a Hindu text and is attached to the Atharvaveda and is one of 14 Shaiva Upanishads. It describes the process of producing Vibhuti (Bhasma), or sacred ash, methods of using it for tilaka Tripundra on various parts of the body, and its meaning in Shaivism. The text also mentions Rudraksha as prayer beads.

The Upanishads tells about the two ways of worshipping Shiva, one by wearing Vibhuti, or holy ash, and the other by wearing Rudraksha, holy beads.

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